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"A Man and a Woman"
The Fifth Annual Classic French Film Festival begins Thursday, June 13th and runs through Sunday, June 30th at Webster University. Thirteen different programs include feature-length films from the 1920s to the 1970s, with four restored masterpieces and seven new 35-millimeter…
'Stories We Tell' tells a captivating story
Never a slavish follower of hackneyed conventions, Sarah Polley has forged a fresh approach to film as a writer, actor, and director. She continues her unusual and provocative career with the personal documentary "Stories We Tell." Writer and director Polley…
'What Maisie Knew' treats child with cinematic compassion
The child asks for a lullaby, and the mother complies. She sings “Rock-a-bye, Baby,” a little ditty that lulls in melody but not lyric. The words, about infanticide and fear, set the scene for “What Maisie Knew.” Maisie is the…
'Love Is All You Need' is quite sufficient
Sometimes all that's wanted or needed for a most enjoyable summer movie is a light-hearted romp with serious undercurrents. A strong entry in this category, Danish director Susanne Bier's "Love Is All You Need" boasts a fine international cast of…
‘Francis Ha’ offers little ha-ha, more oh! my
Except for a few scenes, painfully funny, most of “Frances Ha” is not a comedy, no matter how the producers try to sell it. Perhaps feminism is to blame: after all, for years, we ranted that women deserve as much…
'Fame High' aims high and hits its mark
Academy-Award Nominee Scott Hamilton Kennedy's "Fame High" documents the talent and dreams of four students at the prestigious Los Angeles County High School for the Arts over the course of a school year. A superbly edited mix of candid comments…
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